IELTS speaking tests

Visit the iPass Learning Centre .
Sign up for our IELTS speaking course or an IELTS top-up and you can practise any of these tests with an iPass trainer and get immediate feedback on your performance!

Part 1 – sample questions

Part 2 – sample task card

Describe a leisure activity you like doing in your free time.

You should say:

and explain why you enjoy doing it.

Part 3 – sample questions

  1. What kind of free-time activities are typical in your country?
  2. Have there been any recent changes in the types of leisure activities that people find popular?
  3. Do you agree that it’s important for people of different ages to do leisure activities together?
  4. In your opinion, who is responsible for encouraging children to take up different leisure pursuits?
  5. Do you think people have less time for leisure activities now compared to the past?
  6. Do you think that technology has changed the types of leisure activities we enjoy these days?

Useful Vocabulary

Outdoor Leisure Activities

Indoor Leisure Activities

Useful filler expressions

Sample Answer

Do you agree that it’s important for people of different ages to do leisure activities together?

Um … well … I think in some cases it could be important for people of different ages to do leisure activities together. For example, parents or even grandparents can enjoy doing fun things with their children or grandchildren, like, you know, things that don’t require a lot of physical ability such as playing games, reading or cooking. I guess that sometimes it is very important for older people to do things with younger ones, especially more difficult skills that need to be taught like … I don’t know … martial arts or playing a musical instrument.

I am really grateful for your amazing help, especially in the speaking test. My results were 7.5 in speaking and 6.5 in reading, writing and listening. Overall, band 7!!!

Zaina - Palestine


Peggy - Hong Kong

​It was a long journey to get my desired score with overall band 7.5 (8 in Listening, 7 in Reading, Writing and Speaking) taking a total of 9 IELTS tests in total!

I got stuck in getting band 6.5 either in Speaking and Writing that frustrated me so much. 

The speaking practices with Jenny helped me to alert my basic, fundamental grammatical mistakes gradually. 

There is no shortcut for success in IELTS but practices and learning from errors is definitely a way.

 

Peggy - Hong Kong

take the iPass level test
Free Course Demo



IELTS Amigo IELTS App



iPass Newsletter